Woody Allen denies abuse allegations. It has not been long that Woody Allen’s son Ronan Farrow wrote a column ‘My Father, Woody Allen, and the Danger of Questions Unasked’ in The Hollywood Reporter.
His estranged son has accused him of sexual abuse. Woody Allen dismisses it. He also denies abusing his daughter Dylan Farrow
He said at a press lunch, “My comment is that I’ve said everything that I have to say about that silly situation in The New York Times,”
“I’ve said all I can say about it,” Mr. Allen added. “I have so moved on that I never think about it. I work, I do my movies and hope that people like them.”
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Ronan's column got released on the same day when Allen's latest film Café Society got premiered. It not only included the sexual abuse claims but also criticizes the media for not taking serious actions.
Allen had already denied the abuse allegations. In 2014. The director wrote a column in the Times, writing, "Of course, I did not molest Dylan."
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